All Azimuth: A Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace
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ISSN 2146-7757 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2012 | Publisher Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, İhsan Doğramacı Peace Foundation | http://www.allazimuth.com/

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All Azimuth, journal of the İhsan Doğramacı Peace Foundation’s Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, provides a forum for academic studies on foreign policy analysis and peace research as well as theoretically-oriented policy pieces on international issues. We particularly welcome research on the nexus of peace, security and development. We aim to publish pieces bridging the theory-practice gap; dealing with under-represented conceptual approaches in the field; and making scholarly engagements for the dialogue between the  “center” and the “periphery”. We strongly encourage, therefore, publications with homegrown theoretical and philosophical approaches. In this sense, All Azimuth aims to transcend the conventional theoretical, methodological, geographical, academic and cultural boundaries. All Azimuth is published two times a year by the Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research.
Manuscripts submitted for consideration must follow the style on the journal’s web page.The manuscripts should not be submitted simultaneously to any other publication, nor may they have been previously published elsewhere in English. However, articles that are published previously in another language but updated or improved can be submitted. For such articles, the author(s) will be responsible in seeking the required permission for copyright.

Manuscripts may be submitted via Submission Form found at:http://www.allazimuth.com/authors-guideline/

For any questions please contact: allazimuth@bilkent.edu.tr 

CHIEF EDITORS: Ali L. Karaosmanoğlu (Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, Bilkent), Ersel Aydınlı(Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, Bilkent)

MANAGING EDITORGonca Biltekin (Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, Bilkent)

Ast. MANAGING EDITOR: Onur Erpul (Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research/ Florida International University)

EDITORS: Esra Çuhadar (Bilkent University)Pınar İpek (Bilkent University)Müge Kınacıoğlu (Hacettepe University)Özgür Özdamar (Bilkent University)

 

All Azimuth: A Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace

ISSN 2146-7757 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2012 | Publisher Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, İhsan Doğramacı Peace Foundation | http://www.allazimuth.com/
Cover Image

25.223

68.612
All Azimuth, journal of the İhsan Doğramacı Peace Foundation’s Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, provides a forum for academic studies on foreign policy analysis and peace research as well as theoretically-oriented policy pieces on international issues. We particularly welcome research on the nexus of peace, security and development. We aim to publish pieces bridging the theory-practice gap; dealing with under-represented conceptual approaches in the field; and making scholarly engagements for the dialogue between the  “center” and the “periphery”. We strongly encourage, therefore, publications with homegrown theoretical and philosophical approaches. In this sense, All Azimuth aims to transcend the conventional theoretical, methodological, geographical, academic and cultural boundaries. All Azimuth is published two times a year by the Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research.
Manuscripts submitted for consideration must follow the style on the journal’s web page.The manuscripts should not be submitted simultaneously to any other publication, nor may they have been previously published elsewhere in English. However, articles that are published previously in another language but updated or improved can be submitted. For such articles, the author(s) will be responsible in seeking the required permission for copyright.

Manuscripts may be submitted via Submission Form found at:http://www.allazimuth.com/authors-guideline/

For any questions please contact: allazimuth@bilkent.edu.tr 

CHIEF EDITORS: Ali L. Karaosmanoğlu (Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, Bilkent), Ersel Aydınlı(Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, Bilkent)

MANAGING EDITORGonca Biltekin (Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research, Bilkent)

Ast. MANAGING EDITOR: Onur Erpul (Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research/ Florida International University)

EDITORS: Esra Çuhadar (Bilkent University)Pınar İpek (Bilkent University)Müge Kınacıoğlu (Hacettepe University)Özgür Özdamar (Bilkent University)

 

Volume 8 - Issue 2 - Jul 2019
  1. Methodological Poverty and Disciplinary Underdevelopment in IR
    Pages 109 - 115
    Ersel Aydınlı
  2. Temporal Horizons in the Study of Turkish Politics: Prevalence of Non-Causal Description and seemingly Global Warming Type of Causality
    Pages 117 - 133
    Şener Aktürk
  3. Large-N Analysis in the Study of Conflict
    Pages 135 - 156
    Belgin Şan-Akca
  4. Computational International Relations What Can Programming, Coding and Internet Research Do for the Discipline?
    Pages 157 - 182
    H. Akın Ünver
  5. Automated Text Analysis and International Relations: The Introduction and Application of a Novel Technique for Twitter
    Pages 183 - 204
    Emre Hatipoğlu, Osman Zeki Gökçe, İnanç Arın, Yücel Saygın
  6. An Application of Expected Utility Modeling and Game Theory in IR: Assessment of International Bargaining on Iran’s Nuclear Program
    Pages 205 - 230
    Özgür Özdamar
  7. System Dynamics Modeling in International Relations
    Pages 231 - 253
    Ali Fisunoğlu
  8. An Eclectic Methodological Approach in Analyzing Foreign Policy: Turkey’s Foreign Policy Roles and Events Dataset (TFPRED)
    Pages 255 - 283
    İsmail Erkam Sula
  9. Discourse Analysis: Strengths and Shortcomings
    Pages 285 - 305
    Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Bahar Rumelili
  10. Broadening the Horizons of the “International” by Historicizing it: Comparative Historical Analysis
    Pages 307 - 325
    Mustafa Serdar Palabıyık
  11. Secrecy and the Study of International History: Missing Dimension in Turkish Foreign Policy
    Pages 327 - 338
    Egemen Bezci
  12. Reflecting on the Reflectivist Approach to Qualitative Interviewing
    Pages 339 - 357
    Alper Kaliber
  13. Mobilization Follies in International Relations: A Multimethod Exploration of Why Some Decision Makers Fail to Avoid War When Public Mobilization as a Bargaining Tool Fails
    Pages 359 - 385
    Konstantinos Travlos